posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 12:01 PM
I have a 357 desert eagle, I bought that gun so my daughter or her friends couldn't chamber a shell. My nephew at the time was 13 and he couldn't
even chamber it. I figured that was a good safety feature.
My daughter is 29 years old now, and she still can't chamber it
My wife can't chamber it either
I told my wife before that if someone
broke in to fire the gun at the ceiling over the person and the ceiling would probably fall down on them. She remembered differently, she remembers
it that I told her to throw the gun at the person to knock them out.
Strange, if she did that they would have a gun. Maybe they would pick it
up and take off though, since they got a good prize already, as long as the clip wasn't in it it may be a good false memory..
I'd never leave a chambered bullet in a gun if there was any chance of kids getting ahold of it.
edit on 22-8-2013 by rickymouse because: (no